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Even though you’ve achieved some success in your career, do you sometimes feel like an imposter?
The Imposter Syndrome is now recognised as a commonplace work experience – especially for career women. It has them attributing their success to luck, discounting their capabilities and fearing being ex-posed as a fraud. They constantly strive for better results and are generally high achievers as a result – all-though are very unlikely to recognise this.
However, this over-achieving can lead to burn-out from an overly driven need to succeed.
Or, fear of failure and being found out as a fraud can stop them from stepping up to opportunities that will help them develop their skills, gain experience and progress their careers.
Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook and author of ‘Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead’) says that, to lean in fully, women need to get comfortable with their success. When women fully own and appreciate their value, they can, then, denounce the demands and accusations of their internal ‘imposter gremlin’ and embrace and enjoy success.
During this interactive session, we will investigate the Imposter Syndrome – what it is, how it can impact performance and how to shift the attitudes that underpin it.
You will have the opportunity to explore the impact of the Imposter Syndrome both at a personal level and more widely.
Coach and trainer, Caroline Holt, will share a simple-to-use and very effective technique for recognising and appreciating your own capabilities and helping others to do the same. You will have the opportunity to practise this during the webinar.
• A greater recognition and appreciation of the value that you bring to a project or organisation
• Increased motivation to reach for more
• A powerful technique in your toolkit for building core confidence and inspiring yourself and oth-ers to step up to bigger challenges
Join Caroline Holt, the UK’s go-to expert on the Imposter Syndrome, on Thursday 16th of September from 11:15-12:45